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SparkyFlash says

Hello Guys!

I’m quite new here and uploaded my second item just yesterday. http://activeden.net/item/as3-xml-banner-rotator/27522

It seems having stream errors for loading CSS and XML files that contain all the configuration.

Here’s what I get: http://pastie.org/374255 As a result, the image viewer doesn’t work properly (of course it doesn’t!).

When testing online and offline it runs smoothly and no errors found. I have loaded it to my server and tested – everything is fine!

here’s .as file for the Document Class: http://pastie.org/374262

The strange thing is that it loads ok one time and throws errors another.

Any suggestions on why it might happen, tools to debug or just tips if you have experienced it yourself would be very much appreciated!

Thanks everyone!

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SparkyFlash says

Thanks for sharing, dimumurray:)

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SparkyFlash says

Depends on what Tween engine you use and what Actionscript version. Basically, call the Complete event of the tween you are using to animate the top with links and pass the swf file to load after that. If that’s what you want and I understood you correctly.

Try this with AS3 and Tween http://pastie.org/373684

Hope that helps! Good luck with file!

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SparkyFlash says

Thank you, ADG3 and dimumurray! I have been looking for the same thing:) Just starting out though:)

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SparkyFlash says

Wow! That’s a goal! Learning everything from scratch and building a website and CMS . If you purchase some item here, I’m sure you can ask the seller of the file what is the best way to embed his file into your website.

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SparkyFlash says

Very easy to make. I’m available for freelance now, if you’d like I can code it up for you in AS3 with XML . Please contact me through my author’s page, if you are interested.

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SparkyFlash says

Great voice! Thanks for sharing! My humble suggestion for your wife’s website is to add a scroll bar for text area. The rest is just great:)

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SparkyFlash says

Hello Winternite!

You need to insert the swf file into your HTML page.

Simple go to HTML page of your purchased swf file, select the code inside “object” ”/object” tags (inclusing the tags) and copy it into your existing HTML page in a place where you want it to show.

Hope this helps!

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